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".......Movement is crucial to every other brain function, including memory, emotion, language, and learning."
John J. Ratey MD  
Author of a Users Guide to the Brain
Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

Who is this


Neuro Integration therapy can benefit anyone  Our work can focus on learning and developmental challenges or on emotional issues.


It is most often used for children and adults with the following challenges:


Learning & Developmental Challenges:

  • ADD/ADHD-hyperactivity

  • Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD)

  • Autism/Aspergers (ASD)

  • Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia

  • Developmental & Speech Delay

  • Auditory processing disorder


Emotional & Physical Challenges:

  • Anxiety, Fears & Phobias

  • Behavior Challenges

  • Sleep Disorders

  • Depression

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)


Neuro Integration and Body Balancing brings about RAPID and often dramatic improvements in self-esteem, emotional regulation, communication, comprehension, memory, writing and much more.  Overall, this work makes wide-ranging changes in people’s lives.

Theraputic Modalities

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Reflex Integration

Behavioral Kiniseolgy

Brain Integration Acutherapy

Life Coaching

Simplicity Parenting Coaching

How is it 



A combination of techniques allows for areas of the brain that have been "short-circuited" to create new neural pathways and reestablish the electrical flow of the body. By connecting the areas of the brain (front/back, right/left hemispheres, and top/bottom), immediate changes in thoughts, feeling or behavior can be experienced.


Brain Integration Therapy and Repatterning can permanently change the way the brain processes information and significantly improve therapy outcomes.


Studies have shown link between movement and increased neural connections. 


Neurological reorganization can take place easily in response to activity, enabling one to reestablish the use of lost function and to awaken deeper gifts.


Reflex Integration


​ Reflexes may not be integrated due to:

  • Prenatal stress

  • Emotional trauma

  • Birth stress

  • Environmental toxins

  • Disease

  • Physical accidents

  • Genetic disease

  • Technology In activity

  • Mental stress

  • Poor diet


Reflex re-patterning benefits clients of all ages and concerns. Reflexes affect us both physically and psychologically. Some areas that are influenced include:


  • Attention ADD/ADHD

  • Auditory Processing

  • Autism

  • Bonding

  • Concentration & Focus

  • Dyslexia

  • Emotional Disturbances

  • Learning Disabilities

  • Memory

  • Motor Development

  • Motivation

  • Self Esteem

  • Sensory Integration

  • Speech

  • Social Behavior

  • Visual Tracking


As the central nervous system develops, reflexes are either integrated or transformed. If this does not occur, these reflexes will interfere with subsequent development and may be an indication of neurological damage.

Integrating or transforming these reflexes allows for the child to ascend the “hierarchy” of neurological development relatively undisturbed.


Reflexes affect everything we do from movement to cognition. Find out today how reflex integration can improve the quality of life for you and your family.




AcuTherapy is the art of normalizing the electrical fields in the body using a piezo-electrical instrument. AcuTherapy’s purpose is to re-establish the normal flow of electrical energies necessary for the body to maintain its normal functions.  This is called homeostasis.

The “Sparker” is only one modality that can be used to return the body to this more normal electrical flow. Tapping on acupressure points will also produce similar results. Repatterning also seeks to return the body and brain to a state of balance.


It is my belief that the combination of AcuTherapy with BIT Repatterning multiplies the efficacy of either therapy used separately.  In private practice I have found that this combination produces quicker, safer and longer lasting results than either method used separately.




Kinesthetic Based
Why is movement essential?

We think , feel and move as one being, as one whole. This type of therapy addresses and views all three realms as one.  Movement is crucial for integrating the mind, heart and body.  The movements used in balancing are research based that activate the brain and body to work together for optimal performance.




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